I can certainly fall victim to the rush to post phenomenon. I get easily caught up in the residue of excitement from a trip and look to promptly share that with others, despite it possibly not being the most effective of the compositions possible. The first composition of this scene I posted a couple days back gravitated towards me because it showed more of the summit of the mountain, however, upon reflection, I felt the light and perspective of this image conveyed the moment and scale of the mountain more dramatically to me. On a somewhat related note…something I have been pondering lately is that acceptance of one’s own art can be as, if not more challenging than creating the art itself. But it is good to be mindful of the idea of striving for perfection as being the enemy of the good. The best an image can do is to transport you or the audience to the moment the image is conveying, and I like to keep watch as to when working on my images becomes more of a source of frustration than a celebration and reliving of that sponsoring moment.